Michal Maňák

Michal Maňák

Michal Maňák
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The Three Lenses. Human-Centered Design begins with the people you’re designing for — their needs, behaviors and desires. Once you know what’s desirable, you’ll begin to view your solutions through the lenses of “Feasibility” and “Viability.”

The Three Lenses. Human-Centered Design begins with the people you’re designing for — their needs, behaviors and desires. Once you know what’s desirable, you’ll begin to view your solutions through the lenses of “Feasibility” and “Viability.

The Three Lenses. Human-Centered Design begins with the people you’re designing for — their needs, behaviors and desires. Once you know what’s desirable, you’ll begin to view your solutions through the lenses of “Feasibility” and “Viability.”

The Three Lenses. Human-Centered Design begins with the people you’re designing for — their needs, behaviors and desires. Once you know what’s desirable, you’ll begin to view your solutions through the lenses of “Feasibility” and “Viability.

The Three Lenses. Human-Centered Design begins with the people you’re designing for — their needs, behaviors and desires. Once you know what’s desirable, you’ll begin to view your solutions through the lenses of “Feasibility” and “Viability.”

The Three Lenses. Human-Centered Design begins with the people you’re designing for — their needs, behaviors and desires. Once you know what’s desirable, you’ll begin to view your solutions through the lenses of “Feasibility” and “Viability.

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